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President Obama May Take Up IP Protection Issue During India Visit

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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MUMBAI - One of the top priorities for U.S. President Barack Obama during his four day visit to India may be to seek strengthened IP rights protection from the Indian government - a thorny issue that has kept some multinational companies away from committing R&D investments in the country despite availability of a large pool of scientists and significant cost advantages

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